i believe Most of us live our lives by accident, falling into what's easiest or doing what's expected of us.
While a cool job title, a nice little pay-rise or keeping the parents happy might seem like a quick win, none of these benefits last very long. When we fall into the wrong line of work, we often end up feeling exhausted, stressed and restless. Each day is a struggle to get motivated.
Fulfilment comes when we live our lives on purpose.
Fulfilment comes when we find the “Thing” that brings us to life.
Everyone has one. It’s that thing that excites you, that gives more energy than it takes. It’s your natural strength. Your endless obsession. Your passion.
We spend more than 80% of our time at work.
So, we might as well spend it on something that matters. We might as well spend it on that Thing, our Thing.
I help people find and pursue theirs with fun, clarity and confidence.
Have you found your thing?
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a FEW RESOURCES FOR YOU…
Ruby has been a coach of mine for quite a few months now and is not only a constant source of inspiration, positive energy and light but also a productivity machine!
This is someone on a mission.
This is someone who has found her path.
This is someone absolutely in her element.
But she wasn’t always here. Find out how she found her thing and brought it to life.
Sure, ‘yes’ has its place. It opens doors.
But like with any other addiction, saying yes too frequently has its repercussions. Saying no could be the thing that saves your dream from flat lining.
I was lucky enough to get to pick the oh-so-talented miss Kellie Orr’s brain on how she made the big leap: From her full time corporate job in little ol’ Perth to launching her first and incredibly successful art exhibition to travelling to Canada to paint professionally.
We spend more than 80% of our lives at work. 80 percent. We might as well spend that time on something we absolutely love.
Its a whole new world in finding your next gig these days.
What worked 40 years ago when trying to get a job won’t work today. These days, the one who gets hired is not necessarily the one who can do that job best; but, the one who knows the most about how to get hired.
Another day, another polite phone call advising, “unfortunately, at this time, you were not successful for this role”.
What do you do to keep yourself going? How do you stay motivated and positive so that you can apply for that next role, revise that CV and ‘wow’ the pants off your new hiring manager?
So you’ve heard a lot about “that thing”, how awesome it is, how it makes everything better, blah blah blah. While this is true, the question I often get asked is how do you actually find it?